Pets in Need of Homes: Pep Pep (Brought to You by A Furry Tail Come True)

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Pepper, aka "Pep Pep"

Pepper, aka "Pep Pep"

Pepper, aka “Pep Pep”

Hello, Pepper here…but my friends call me Pep Pep. Not only is it short for my name, but there’s also lots of pep in the step of this old gal.

Pepper

Pepper

My petite little tootsies get the “My Little Pony trot” going on and I’m off! To see me on the run, you would never know that I’m a senior, but I am a 14-year-old sharpei mix who quite frankly is known as the resident grouch. See, even though I let a handful of people walk me, I don’t let more than one or two touch me. My eyes don’t see so well these days and I admit that I have some trust issues going on, but I am independent and just want a place to call home for the rest of my senior years. I need to be the only pet in my new home and I would be ideal for an older person who just wants some companionship. Oh, I like going on car rides too (but we can only do that once I trust you). If you would like to meet me, I am staying at The Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Easton, Pa. Ask to talk to Benita about me. She is my best friend in the whole world and can tell you everything she knows about me.

For more information about Pep Pep and other pets in need of homes, please visit the no-kill Center for Animal Health and Welfare, 1165 Island Park Road, Easton, PA 18042 (Williams Township) or call 610-252-2722. The Center is open Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 4 p.m., and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. For directions, please click here.

The Center is also on Facebook, so be sure to like their page for updates about other pets in need and upcoming events such as fundraisers. Saucon Source is proud to donate a portion of the proceeds from this article sponsorship to the Center to help support their mission of caring for animals in need in our area.

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